Costa Rica Surf
Hola! This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures with your Costa Rica Surf Report for this week. This is the surf report for Santa Teresa and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.
In this region of Costa Rica surf has been mostly very good this past week. Waves were ranging the shoulder to head high. Sets were reaching a few feet overhead at standout breaks when the swell peaked on Tuesday.
Weather has been very good despite the green season in Costa Rica surf conditions were clean and glassy every morning. Most days a soft breeze picked up in the late morning. Later the conditions settled for a clean afternoon surf session.
Suck Rock, one of the best Costa Rica surf spots, had some action this week. It was working on Monday and Tuesday, and much better with the low tide. There were rights pealing off of the rock all the way past the river mouth. Very fun classic Costa Rica surf at the beach break as well. Long rolling waves and playful walls.
Monday: new SW swell started filling in and surf grew bigger through the day. Winds didn’t picked up until 1pm, so the low tide in the late morning was very good!
Tuesday: Early morning was better, with the swell peaking and very fun waves at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary and down at the point break Suck Rock.
Wednesday: Playa Hermosa, the beach break down from the Blue Surf House had some excellent waves on Wednesday. Open barreling waves rolled in for most of the morning over the sand bar.
Thursday:Swell started fading and waves were more gentle. Very fun Costa Rica surf at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary.
Friday: New partially shadowed SW swell filled in bringing some bigger sets and some more energy to the beach break. There were some very good rides at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel.
Saturday: Waves were a bit smaller on Saturday, ranging chest to shoulder high. Water was glassy in the morning but surf conditions were messy. Peaks were shifty and the good waves hard to find.
Sunday: Fun surf in the morning at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel. Costa Rica Surf was slightly bigger and growing through the day, with few over head high waves in the afternoon. New promising swell is building at night and lots of good forecasts for the next week.
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